Nigeria: Daarsat Promises More Live Action football


The Station Manager of AIT Sports on Daarsat, Aisha Falode, has said that the company was ready to bring more live football actions to the homes of its viewers.

Falode said that the company had all the rights to the qualifiers on the continent and was ready to ensure Nigerians enjoy the competition. "It is a commitment we intend to keep. Sports is best when it is covered live and we want too do more of that on Daarsat. Those who have Daarsat decoders must have enjoyed themselves last weekend," she said.

Daar Communications at the weekend showed six of the 10 African qualifiers for the South Africa 2010 World Cup. The outfit showed five of the six games on Daarsat and one on African Independent Television. The games involving Togo/Cameroon, Kenya/Tunisia, Ghana/Benin, Morocco/Gabon, Cote D'Ivoire Malawi were all shown live on Daarsat while the encounter between Mozambique and Nigeria was on terrestrial television, AIT. "That is just the beginning, we are going to do more as the competition gets into crucial stages," Falode added.

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